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When Boris Yampolskiy purchased Liquor Warehouse of Freeport two years ago, he had a specific purpose in mind. He wanted to embrace the community he loves . . . more
Q. We’re looking at a property for a vacation home and the development is beautiful, but the only site we’re interested in is at the bottom of a steep hill. If we buy the property, how can we avoid the drainage problems . . . more
Economic growth, new tax revenue and the means to attract new businesses to the region are all built on the idea that New York state actually welcomes investment. In the state capital, in the wake of the failed Amazon headquarters deal, that simple assumption continues to be shredded. more
I’m offering a ticket to ride. This summer, if you can’t actually get away, if you can’t relocate your body to a distant shore, then at least think about relocating your mind. Reading, we know, is our escape from reality . . . more
The past few weeks have generated a swirl of news on the seemingly never-ending issue of immigration. Not much of that news has been good, and some of the actions taken in Washington have been downright unproductive. more
Performances/On Stage AidaThe hit musical based on Giuseppe Verdi’s opera, Thursday and Friday, June 13-14, 8 p.m.; Saturday, June 15, 3 and 8 p.m.; Sunday, June 16, 2 and 7 p.m.; … more
The powerhouse Americana trio is back on Long Island. more
Welcome summer’s arrival in the strawberry patch. more
Friday, June 21 is the official start of summer. The season should be a time of joy, spent hanging out at the beach and barbecuing in the backyard. Too often, however . . . more
Twelve men met in 1909 at the Shon Grocery Store, at the corner of Colonial Road and Brooklyn Avenue (now Woodfield Road), to organize the Lakeview Hook and Ladder Company. Funds were raised through … more
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